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Many Dropped Students Return to Kentucky State University

Kentucky State University says 70 percent of the students who were dropped for nonpayment are back at school.

The conclusion is that HBCUs and other minority serving institutions with large numbers of underrepresented, first-generation, and/or low-income students will likely be disadvantaged.

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Purdue University is continuing efforts to keep secret a report about the ouster of the Fort Wayne campus chancellor, even though federal and state judges have ruled it isn’t protected by attorney-client privilege.

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Several scholars suggest that variables such as having fewer financial resources per student or serving students with less academic preparedness should be factored in.

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In a University of Chicago report, researchers find that tensions between African-American youth and law enforcement are a national problem and have been around for years.

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A new study challenges the notion that Black and Latino students are less likely to earn a college degree if they attend minority-serving institutions, such as a historically Black college.

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As many colleges start anew, Ferguson victim laid to rest.

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More Schools Mixing Beer, Football at Stadiums

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A growing number of schools are bringing the party inside, opening taps in concourses that traditionally have been alcohol-free zones.

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Gov. Bill Haslam on Wednesday urged students to take advantage of his program to cover a full ride at two-year colleges for any high school graduate.

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